Zoë Campbell is a gender and socioeconomic researcher based in Nairobi. She is currently working on a project aimed to increase vaccination of sheep and goats against peste des petits ruminants. The project is active in six countries in East and West Africa. Prior to joining ILRI, she worked in Tanzania looking at adoption of Newcastle disease vaccines by smallholder farmers and as an environmental extension officer in rural Tanzania. She has an interdisciplinary doctoral degree from Washington State University focusing on social sciences, economics, and global animal health.